Picked up this gem from Kinokuniya Bookstore in Costa Mesa! I figured that a local shop would tote it for cheaper post-tax/shipping as opposed to my usual choice of online retailer HobbyLink Japan.
(Mostly) everyone’s favorite goth-loli by night, sharp-tongued loner by day returns for yet another round of jabs against Sena for being such an awkwardly over-the-top representation of the fujoshi archetype. Her biggest development? Being able to accept Sena for who she is and acknowledge the fact that Ruri needs her help in getting her visual-novel game done. Bravo, Kuroneko.
Fujoshi fantasies are most frightening, indeed. Sena’s own fantasy about Makabe and the club president going out (and subsequent ‘club activities’…ugh..) was a hilarious breaking point to her facade about only being interested in programming. I’m not sure how the rest of the club will keep up with her now that the cat’s out of the bag.
As usual, this series never ceases to disappoint. Kirino’s usual tsun-tsun assaults on big-brother Kyousuke continue in this episode, which focuses on subtle hints of what should still be unknown to viewers who’ve never read the light novels up to this point.
Seriously, THE single best moment of the episode. I nearly had to rewind the following thirty seconds to catch what dialogue I missed from laughing too hard.